Orlando is once again the top U.S. domestic summer travel
destination, says AAA, while Rome has climbed a few spots to become the top
Honolulu climbed from No. 4 to No. 2 this year. Anchorage dropped
one spot to No. 3, while Seattle dropped one spot to No. 4.
Los Angeles and Anaheim, remained in position No. 5, while
Maui moved up one spot to No. 6. Fairbanks fell one spot to No. 7, Las Vegas
remained No. 8, Boston rose to No. 9 from No. 13, and Salt Lake City rose from 14
Internationally, Rome rose from No. 3 last year to claim the
top spot. Vancouver fell from its top spot last year to No. 2, while Dublin
rose one spot to No. 3.
Paris rose two spots to No. 5; and Montego Bay also rose two
spots, claiming No. 6. Punta Cana, Dominican Republic, fell from spot No. 5
last year to No. 7, while Calgary rose from No. 10 to No. 8. Cancun fell from
No. 6 to No. 9, while Amsterdam fell one spot to No. 10.
"This is shaping up to be another banner season for travel
as Americans look to get out and enjoy themselves in the summer sun," said
Bill Sutherland, senior vice president of AAA Travel and Publishing.